Eastwood Recycled Water Pump Station

Eastwood Recycled Water Pump Station

Irvine Ranch Water District will be constructing a 6,800-square-foot recycled water pump station at Irvine Boulevard and Jeffrey Road in Irvine to enhance the District’s recycled water delivery systems, which are used primarily to irrigate landscapes and medians.

Most construction will take place on site; however, some road work and lane closures will be required across Irvine Boulevard to install pipeline that connects the pumps to the network.

Construction of the facility is scheduled from Fall 2018 through early 2020, with roadwork occurring over four weeks in early 2019. Lane closures will occur in sequence, as pipeline is laid across Irvine Boulevard.

Work hours: From 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday, (9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday through Friday for roadwork).

Contact information: For questions or comments, please email info@irwd.com or call 949-453-5500. During non-business hours, please call 949-453-5300 (24 hours).

Project Updates+

Week of Aug. 5:

Construction of a surge tank recessed pit is continuing alongside boring operations and installation of casings under Irvine Boulevard. Pipe will be laid after the casing is installed, which is expected to occur next week.

Week of July 15, 2019

Boring operations have begun under Irvine Boulevard, where casings are being installed to allow for connections to the District's existing recycled water pipeline system.

Week of June 10, 2019:

Crews this week will begin digging the jacking pit needed for a boring operation under Irvine Boulevard, which will allow for the installation of recycled water pipeline to connect the facility to existing lines with minimal impact to traffic lanes above.

Week of April 8, 2019:

Rebar for pipeline encasements is being installed, and work on the surge tank pedestals is expected to begin soon.

Week of March 25, 2019:

Crews have begun backfilling the pipeline areas with dirt.

Week of March 4, 2019:

Pipeline work is winding down, to be followed by the installation of lines leading to the project surge tanks.

Week of Jan. 14, 2019:

Pipeline work is expected to be completed in February.

Week of Dec. 31, 2018:

Pipeline installation is continuing on schedule.

Week of Dec. 17, 2018:

Pipeline installation is continuing, with some welding and backfilling occurring as the process moves forward.

Week of Dec. 3, 2018:

Pipeline installation will be taking place through January.

Week of Nov. 19, 2018:

Pipelines are being installed at the southern portion of the site.

Week of Nov. 12, 2018:

The temporary sound wall construction has been completed and pipeline construction will begin next week. With delivery of pipeline occurring, signs were posted advising delivery drivers to not park within the residential community next to the pump station site. The discovery of a leaking water pipe required crews to work late one night last week to make repairs.

Week of Nov. 5, 2018:

Potholing will begin this week to locate underground utilities at the site.

Week of Oct. 29, 2018:

Installation of a temporary sound wall around the perimeter of the site has been completed. Temporary no-parking signs will be posted next week in anticipation of the arrival of trucks delivering pipeline for the project.

Week of Oct. 8, 2018:

Construction crews have begun to mobilize on site.

Week of Sept. 10, 2018:

A portion of the perimeter wall near the property entrance will be temporarily removed for easy access to the construction site. Construction will begin the week of Oct. 8.

Week of August 27, 2018:

Construction is scheduled to begin in the early part of October.

Project Renderings+

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